Randy Froelich raised to 475,000 in the cutoff and action folded to Martin Zamani in the big blind, who re-jammed. Froelich called.
"Coin flip," said Zamani as he tabled . He was correct but quite surprised as Froelich showed . Froelich nodded as if he knew he wasn't going to be in bad shape.
Froelich picked up four extra outs on the turn of a runout but was ultimately left with nothing more than an open-ended straight draw when all was said and done.
"Straight!" exclaimed Froelich in a joking manner.
"Good game, dude," responded Zamani, echoing his sentiment from just a couple of hands earlier when he eliminated Satoshi Tanaka as well. Three players now remain, and all three are guaranteed at least $148,000 as Froelich became the first player in the tournament to earn a six-figure payday of $100,991.